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Album Review

Atlanta's Andy Hull and company received considerable praise leading up to Mean Everything to Nothing, Manchester Orchestra's second official full-length release. With that praise and hype came the attention of producer Joe Chiccarelli (the Shins/My Morning Jacket), who adds enough muscle, sound, and fury to the music to match Hull's frequent growls and rants. The resulting dynamic attack will likely please the screamo crowd, as songs like "Shake It Out" feature the kind of angsty lyrics (fighting the Lord), yelping Isaac Brock meets-nu-metal-swagger, and power chords that thrill a young audience. More savvy, or at least older, music fans will be able to pick out the influences, from the Kurt Cobain wail and Nirvana-like grunge pop of "In My Teeth," to the Smashing Pumpkins-by-way-of-Jane's Addiction guitars of the catchy and earnest "I've Got Friends," to the wounded-voice Bright Eyes of "The River," to the all-out Neutral Milk Hotel borrowing that is "100 Dollars."

Customer Reviews


Easily one of the best albums I've ever heard. It may even be better than "I'm Like A Virgin Losing A Child" (and that's saying a lot!). Each song on this album delivers in it's own special way. "Pride" is HUGE! Buy this.


Simply incredible. Easily one of the most complete albums I have, there isn't a single song I don't love.


I like how the band has evolved from I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child with a heavier sound from the guitars and vocals. However I still would like to see song like Where Have you Been and I Can Feel Your Pain in future albums.


Formed: 2004 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

As led by singer/songwriter/guitarist Andy Hull, the maturity of Manchester Orchestra's songwriting belied the fact that the bandmembers were barely legal when their group sprung into existence. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the indie rock outfit grew out of songs that Hull had begun writing while attending high school. Encouraged by positive response, he opted for home schooling during his senior year, which afforded him enough time to compose and record in the studio. Friends began collaborating with...
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